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The lesson with Dvorak's keyboard can be formulated as follows: if we cannot convince others that they support our great idea, then it is, in fact, not so great.
What does this story have to do with our pictures? Lots of. All the tools we studied gave us quite powerful ways to describe the problem and see the solution. But if we cannot encourage other people to look at our pictures and see what we see ourselves, then these pictures are no better than an endless list of non-memorable words.

We already know that the 6x6 rule helps us create images that match the way our brains see the world.
This is equally true for the brains of other people to whom we plan to show pictures. Creating 6x6 images that are easy to grasp is a good starting point. However, if we really want to make sure that our audience understands what is shown, we need to look at what is happening through the eyes of other people's thinking and see what they see in our pictures. And it makes us return again to the SQVID and to the question “what kind of people?” From Day 1.
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What people?

  1. What are six pictures?
    Starting this morning, we already know about six parts of any problem: “who and what”, “how much”, “where / where”, “when”, “how” and “why”. All we need to test the 6x6 rule is to understand which particular simple pictures are best suited to represent each part. Let's go back to our “pizza” napkin and take another look at it, however this time we will not think about what to call
  2. How do people treat their surroundings?
    People usually treat their surroundings in such a way that each of their actions receives some satisfaction from the libido or mortido, preferably both. At the same time, satisfaction results from a feeling of rapprochement, or creation, and removal, or annihilation. However, an id is unlikely to have the slightest ability to learn or put things in proper order, as we imagine
  3. What can people get involved in?
    The most serious types of drugs (excluding alcohol) are cocaine and opium derivatives (morphine, heroin and opium itself). These are the most dangerous of the drugs, because getting used to them can happen very quickly, sometimes in less than a week. In some cases, a single dose was enough to cause a terrible attraction that could make a person a drug addict. This does not occur if the drugs
  4. HOW NORMAL PEOPLE BECOME PSYCHOLOGISTS?
    In its short age, psychology has penetrated the ordinary world. A close friend can be an “introvert” with a “repressed complex” that needs to be “completed gestalt”. Many people believe that they can take a course in understanding psychology by viewing a reality show on television and buying up the latest issues of self-instruction books, in which every human emotion is compared to a vegetable garden. To fold it
  5. What laboratory tests need to be done?
    The minimum list of biochemical parameters for suspected coronary heart disease and angina pectoris includes the determination of blood levels of: • total cholesterol; • high density lipoprotein cholesterol; • cholesterol low density lipoprotein; • triglycerides; • hemoglobin; • glucose; • AST and ALT. What instrumental diagnostic methods are needed
  6. WHAT PEOPLE TRY TO DO
    WHAT PEOPLE TRY
  7. Why do people have dreams?
    Now it is not difficult for the reader to understand what a dream is. This is an attempt to ease the tension of Eid by hallucinating the fulfillment of some desire. Id continuously strives for satisfaction both in reality and in dreams. In the waking hours, its direct expression is hindered by the Superego with harsh notions of right and wrong and Ego with an assessment of the consequences of the thoughtless satisfaction of our impulses. In a dream
  8. WHAT ARE OUR YEARS!
    And now, out of the blue, you become a middle-aged woman. You are anonymous. No one notices you. You gain amazing freedom - the freedom of the invisible man. Doris Lessing What are we jerking, in fact? Life, after all, was formed, even in many ways was a success. What is so lost, because even in younger times most of us worked a lot at home and in the service and did not build
  9. What are the gloves
    The material from which gloves are made and the conditions of use of gloves (duration and type of procedures, work with chemicals, etc.) are the most important factors affecting their barrier function. Therefore, the medical professional must understand the characteristics of the various types of gloves and the particular situation in which he will use them. There is a wide variety
  10. Young people with multiple sclerosis
    In families where someone from the younger generation is sick with multiple sclerosis, conflicts of “fathers and children” often arise. A young man with multiple sclerosis finds himself in a very difficult position. In most cases, parents, of course, are very worried if their son or daughter is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In response to such a message, they begin with a force of tenfold.
  11. People helped by the Laskina diet
    • Patient C, 34 years old. Cancer of the left breast stage III. Appealed after radical mastectomy (removal of the gland) and radiotherapy. She underwent chemotherapy and maintained a 100 percent cereal diet for 3 years. In the future, excluded from the diet salt (only 0.5 grams per day), sugar, animal proteins. It was examined for 16 years: metastases did not appear. • Patient M., 38 years old. Cancer right
  12. How people differ from each other.
    We can now understand some of the differences between people. As we have seen, the human body often develops unevenly; in some people, the digestive organs dominate, in others - muscles and bones, in others - skin and brains. If one of these systems grows disproportionately to the other, then it seems that most of the thoughts, emotions and actions serve it. Thus, a viscerotonic,
  13. How do people express their aspirations?
    As long as a person postpones the removal of any Eid tension, the energy associated with repressed desire does not find application. In addition, it takes the hard work of the Ego to keep the Eid in obedience, and a considerable amount of energy is expended to keep the corresponding part of the Eid in a latent state. This is very reminiscent of the activities of the secret police, with the aim of depriving some
  14. ALL PEOPLE ARE DIFFERENT OR PREDICTING FACTORS OF DEVELOPMENT OF OBESITY.
    It is important to understand that all people are different, and there can not be one prescription or diet that helps everyone. If a person begins to gain weight or lose weight for no apparent reason, a thorough examination of his state of health is necessary. It is necessary to look for the cause, and not to fight manifestations. Changes in body weight may be associated with improper diet, against which a hormonal imbalance develops. Or,
  15. Ancient people: the acquisition of drugs and medical skills
    The beginnings of medicine, like the first beginnings of a culture in general, are lost in the depths of millennia. We can judge about them from two sources of scientific information - archeology and ethnography. First, relatively numerous bone remains and some traces of his life activity have remained from the prehistoric man. Found by archaeologists during excavations of ancient settlements and especially
  16. Civilized and uncivilized people as creators of civilization
    Abaturov I.N. Scientific adviser: D. Fs. Mr., Professor Melnik V.I. GOU VPO Russian State Vocational and Pedagogical University, Yekaterinburg The division of society into civilized and uncivilized people, as already noted, was associated with the separation of mental and physical labor. An uncivilized person also participated in the creation of a civilization, even if he did not
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